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Quality Exterior Painting
Your Home is Your Biggest Asset
We Handle ALL the Exterior Work On Your Home.
We Have Been Repairing and Protecting Homes Locally Since 1994
Our exterior painting professionals understand the value of prep work.
The key to achieving a high-quality, long-lasting paint job is in the preparation phase of the project.
Before we begin any exterior house painting project, we
- power wash the exterior to remove loose paint and dirt.
- fill holes – replace rotted wood
- scrape, complete heavy or light sanding
- repair imperfections – caulk where needed
- remove heavy paint build-up.
Once our complete preparation is done, our painters can apply the primer and final coats with ease.
All work is inspected daily by a supervisor so any problem areas can be corrected as soon as possible. This way, the project is done correctly the first time.
Clean Up: We remove all taping materials, drop cloths and all other materials. We all replace all shutters, hardware or other previously removed pieces.
We Paint wood shingles, clapboard and aluminum siding, cedar shakes, tar shingles, brick, concrete block and stucco.
We do the detail work that is critical to a great job
When deciding on what colors to paint your house, keep the following in mind:
Make sure that your colors are compatible with the houses next door
- New paint doesn’t need to match existing colors, but it should harmonize.
- Is there mortar or other siding that will not be painted? Do you have brick or stones on parts of the house?
- Will doors and railings remain their existing colors?
- Select accent colors for trim and details such as shutters, moldings and columns.
- Too many colors will overwhelm your house and too few will make it seem two dimensional.
Dark and Light Colors
- Light colors will make your house seem larger.
- Lighter tones will highlight details which project from the wall surface.
- Dark siding or dark bands of trim will make your house seem smaller
- Darker shades are best for accenting recesses,
- Harmony and Contrast, and Balance
- Contrasting colors will draw attention to architectural details.
- Extreme contrasts will clash and actually detract from details.
- A burst of a single color on just one part of your home may give it a lopsided appearance.
- Strive to balance colors over the entire building.
- The more intense a color, the more likely it is to fade.
- Dark colors also pose more maintenance problems.
- Dark colors absorb heat and suffer more moisture problems than lighter shades.
- Dark paint fades, it’s difficult to touch up.
- Glossier surfaces show imperfections, brush strokes and touch up marks.
- Glossy surfaces are easier to clean.
Preview your Color
- Many paint stores and computer programs offer computer imaging to give you an idea of how a particular color will look